Tesla stock dives following fatal crash report
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Tesla's stock price dropped nearly 8% to $211 at market close on Friday, its lowest point since December 2016, after an investigation found the electric auto maker's Autopilot tech had been engaged during a recent fatal crash.
Why it matters: The preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board came out amid a warning to employees from CEO Elon Musk that the $2 billion Tesla just raised would only last 10 months unless Tesla significantly reduces its spending.
Go deeper: Read the full email from Musk to employees.